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In the fall of 1977, Saint Peter's announced that it would install The Dimension 2000, an ultramodern computerized telephone system with two consoles. #TBT #beforecellphones
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So why do we sweat on a hot summer day like this one? Dr. Stoev, Emergency Medicine chair explains. #summerhealth http://ow.ly/88Eu303QKf3
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We congratulate Norma Ross on being recognized with The Daisy Award for Extraordinary Nursing. #NursingExcellence The Daisy Foundation
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Saint Peter's employee Edna Arguello, bottom left, served as psalmist during the Sunday mass celebrated at Holy Trinity Parish in Bridgewater by the Most Reverend James F. Checchio, Bishop of Metuchen. Diocese of Metuchen
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#TBT picture of a Saint Peter's radiologist examining a patient fluoroscopically. New Brunswick, NJ
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While checking out one of the Omnibeds generously donated by Brave Beginnings, Doc Clemens ran into Dr. Mark Hiatt, head of Neonatology and Les Hirsch, President, Saint Peter's Healthcare System, in the NICU at #SaintPetersUH. #docbravebeginnings #GivingBackatSaintPeters
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When Saint Peter's opened a new facility in the fall of 1929, the delivery rooms looked like this. #TBT #Jerseyhistory
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Saint Peter's docs among presenters at Saturday's CME conference on health in the South Asian community. #SPdoc
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Members of the team of Saint Peter's Lactation Specialists pose during #WBW.
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It's #NationalSonandDaughterDay. Mention #SPMyBaby when you post a picture of your sons and daughters born at Saint Peter's.
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New Brunswick City Market wants your thoughts about New Brunswick. Take the survey here http://ow.ly/Ar5Z3038Uhi
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Thanks to all the Saint Peter's moms who celebrated World Breastfeeding Week with their babies at #SaintPetersUH
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254 Easton AvenueUSNew JerseyNew Brunswick08901
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"I must say I was extremely impressed with the service and the nurses on staff."
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Anna Dranhuk
a week ago
The worse place in the world to work. Do not trust the doctors and one needs to put up with bullying. Bullying at workplace should not be tolerated espically a hosptial. Run run just run from this horrible place.
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Evelyn Davino
4 months ago
I was at the hospital for one night stay on April 21 through April 22, 2016. I must say I was extremely impressed with the service and the nurses on staff. Ms. J who was the registered nurse who took care of me on the night I was admitted was a very helpful woman. She really made sure I was cleaned and got my rest. Diana was a sweetheart she was very helpful and was on point with all of my requests. I can't forget AJ who came by to mop the floor to make sure I did not slip and fall not once but twice!! Everyone at this hospital really took pride to make me comfortable and make sure I was taken cared of. Loved, loved, loved the staff and the hospital!
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Morgan Tomaro
5 months ago
I had my first child here. For the most part I had a very good experience. My night nurse was so sweet. She did everything to make me comfortable. My labor and delivery nurse during the day was amazing.my doctor was not so nice and the nurse kept making sure I was ok. She said your doing a great job. Her name is Bernadette. She is the best nurse ever. When I got to the floor after delievery the lactation consultant made me cry cause she said I was staving my baby. She did come and apologize the next morning but after u say that to someone it is hard to get over. For the most part the hospital was great.
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B Gaines
3 months ago
i love this place very nice staff very caring and took care of my every need. my two children were born here and i was born here myself! awsome
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Ramana P
a month ago
I have never expect i ll be writing a review about a Hospital in my life..but the experience and pain which i went through when i was at hospital and after discharge from the hospital make me write this review... Hospital , doctors & nurses i feel they are great and used to have so much respect , but after my experience at St peters, make me feel they are also normal people , instead of treatment and generous service to people in pain they do matter , what type of people they are, they are from which place, their religion and so much......... i feel ridiculous the person who have admitted in your hospital with labor pains is a patient why you guys bother how she appear, she is christian or hindu....i feel St peters Nurses are racist.... I admitted with labor pain in hospital at 8:00 AM and the nurse who is alocated to me looked at me weired.... i was scared whether she ll cooperate and consoles me during my labor, though its my first baby and have no knowledge about labor and birth, me and my husband both were in hospital we have no elders i.e. our parents with us who can guide and concole me during labor and help me.. we thought nurses will help during the labor after delivery... but i experienced instead of their job they ask myself and my hubby to do few things which i can't explain and write in this review....i don't know whether only one nurse will be allocated to patient in labor room while pushing the baby ? frankly speaking i was frightened with the behavior of st peters staff.. i am full term and exactly on due date labor pains started and admitted with 7 cm dilated and bleeding ... but they delayed upto 2:00 pm saying because of epidural my legs were nub?i don't say anything about this ... but while checking the dilation they broke the water , i am scared anything ll happen to my baby .... but delaying delivery for those many hours make me tired , because i am not allowed to eat or drink then how i ll manage to push baby without strength. my husband has helped me in pushing the baby of course one nurse who is allocated to me..i have no complaints about that nurse initially she looked at me weird but she did her job, some how with generous or felt her responsibility when baby was about to come out 2 to 3 nurses added and doctor too... may this is process happens i don't know.some how i am able to push in 2:30 hours though it is first baby and baby weight is 7+ pounds. Twist is after delivery nurse who checked my baby said fine and asked us any pediatrician is coming to check my baby, we said any pediatrician from hospital can check baby, she called doctor .the doctor came and took my baby saying looks like baby has swallowed amniotic fluid.i even don't know they took my baby to NICU.Only my husband knows.7:30 shifted me to another room from labor room then i came to know that my baby is at Nicu, they kept NCPAP and supplied fluids, no oxygen is supplied , because she is able to breathe herself, then what is the need of stay at NICU, i don't understand,, they gave antibiotics to baby not get infectious, and did all the blood work and x-ray, they said initial x-ray showed traces of pleural effusion and said repeated x -ray shows no traces and lungs was clear, blood work came negative.... i was discharegedafter 2 days, i asked the nicu doctor how is my baby they said everything came negative congrats to me,i said i wants to take my baby with me , but they denied saying its NICU rule to keep baby for 3 days... instead of 3 days they kept my baby for 4 days even though she is breathing herself after delivery by her own and bloodwork , x-ray everything negative.even they haven't confirmed when my baby will be discharged when i am leaving hospital ,i am so much disappointed and depressed left hospital without my baby.. i am so upset seeing my fullterm baby in NICU ,like that ,,, i Strongly feel just to charge bill more they are doing such type of tricks with our feelings... during discharging of my baby , no doctor was there and they didn't even dO the minimum formalities
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Philiane Vital
5 months ago
I am currently 34weeks pregnant an I was having complications which caused me t I believe I may have been going into early labor... They put me in a labor and deliver y room that was completely disgusting. The bathroom faucet was molding.. The wooden cabinets were old and chipping and the couch for my partner had a hole in it... It was completely nasty and uncomfortable.. Plus they were doing some constructing in the halls .. It was an unsanitary environment and I am second guessing myself on delivering my baby here
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Alice Small
4 months ago
My brother (certified radiologist ) did an internship there and he loved the respect of the hospital staff. My dad did his radiation there over 30 years ago and is still here at 93 years old. My Aunt just had surgery. Thank God for the support of doctors and staff! God Bless Each of You!
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Haidy Louiz
2 weeks ago
So bad so stupid my father died their so mean doctors stupid doctors